Frazer Law

Speaker Bio

Roe Frazer is a lawyer with considerable first-chair experience in complex litigation. He is an early adopter of technology, leveraging it in his practice to achieve better, faster, and more predictable results. Roe is also a lawyer-entrepreneur, with seasoned experience in start-up businesses. Roe is the chair of Frazer PLC.

Roe is one of the top trial lawyers in the United States, trying many complex tort and product liability cases, primarily on the plaintiff's side, as well as representing business and commercial litigants. Early in his career, Roe was selected as the Outstanding Trial Lawyer of the Year in Mississippi in 1993. He has been lead counsel in many multi-million dollar verdicts in complex and commercial litigation cases, and handled scores of civil settlements in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Roe also has a considerable amount of experience defending companies in a myriad of business disputes, contract claims, and tort litigation.

Roe is a 2018 Delegate to the 75th Judicial Conference Conference of the Sixth Circuit U.S. Courts. He is a frequent speaker and writer on a variety of legal and technology topics, earning the distinction of a “œGlobal Top 100 Legal Technology Thought Leader” by City Tech Magazine, London U.K., plus being featured in the “œPresident's Corner” of Law & Technology News.

Roe is the Co-Founder of Cicayda, a litigation SaaS in e-discovery, as well as the former CEO of CaseLogistix, a critically acclaimed e-discovery review software, now owned by Thomson Reuters.

At Cumberland Law School (Class of 1985) he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Cumberland Law Review and Co-Captain of the National Moot Court team. He is a 1982 graduate of Wake Forest University.

Roe is active in the Nashville start-up business community and mentors and assists young entrepreneurs. He is a casual golfer, 9990 skier, and sports enthusiast, coaching AAU Boys Basketball for many years. Roe is proud to be a Kentucky Colonel, and you likely can find him at Churchill Downs on the first Saturday in May.